Nope, version 8 now. I think we are like one of the first 5 of their customers to go to it. They did demo iSolutions, but never mentioned it was MS based... interesting. Of course at the time, their "Charleston" interface was still in Beta, so I gues they didn't go into too much detail. As fo now though, our company has gotten tired of a lot of PMSC stuff, and is looking at a company named Inspire. They run their software on: IBM AIX with Oracle. 2 to 3 NT servers and a Workstation to do cycles. My super, who is an AS/400 guy, doesn't see how a PC workstation can handle the cycle load. He is VERY skeptical, but our CFO makes the decisions and odds are won't ask for too much input. I am just not keen on using NT for mission ciritcal stuff... especially after I got everythign running linux. I do NOT feel like gutting my beloved network and going MS. Adam Lang Systems Engineer Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company http://www.rutgersinsurance.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jay peasley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 4:05 PM Subject: Re: Web enablement options (previously private) > Adam, > > Yes I am. It was relayed by our sales associate du jour of 3 years ago. M$ and their insurance zealot Kevin Kelly was pushing it big time at the Acord Conferences. A lot if it stemmed from IBM dropping OfficeVision of which is integrated into their software. Their web based solution (iSolutions)is M$, with the iSeries data replicated on a Sequel Server. > > I haven't worked in insurance for 2 years so I don't know their direction today. Personally I couldn't see them moving off the 400/iSeries. ALR is too big a resource hog to do it anywhere else. > > Jay > > p.s. last I heard they were at version 7.
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